HIKOKI GAS NAIL GUN NR90GC2/J8 FIRST FIX 90MM NAILER
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HiKOKI (Hitachi) Gas Nail Gun NR90GC2 First Fix 90mm Framing Nailer including 2x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Batteries & Charger in Carry Case
The HiKOKI (formerly known as Hitachi) NR90GC2/J8 cordless gas nail gun is a fantastic alternative to the Paslode IM350 nailgun. The NR90 will take the same nails, allowing you to use existing stock as well as HiKOKI (Hitachi) nails and other quality alternatives.
This is the latest version (J8) of the popular NR90GC2 gun – now with Lithium-Ion batteries instead of NiCd.
HIKOKI NR90GC2 FEATURES
- New and improved version of the HiKOKI (Hitachi) NR90GC Nailgun – with 2x Lithium-Ion batteries!
- Lightweight, well balanced design
- High driving power of 90J
- Longer trigger stroke for safer use
- Drives 50-90mm clipped head nails
- Fast operation – drives up to 2 nails per second and 1200 per fuel cell
- 2x Batteries and 60 minute charger eliminates downtime
- Easy to clean
- Soft grip handle
- Quick load magazine
- Easy access fuel cell chamber
- High visibility magazine
- Fold away hook fits over joists for greater convenience
HIKOKI GAS NAIL GUN SPECIFICATION
- Battery Capacity: 4000 Nails/Charge
- Fuel Cell Capacity: Up to 1200 Nails
- Weight: 3.5 kg
- Driving Power: 90 Joules
- Vibration Level: 3.5 m/s2
- Nail Type: Clipped (D) Head
- Collation Type: Paper Collated
- Nail Angle: 34°
- Nail Length Range: 50 – 90mm
- Nail Diameter Range: 2.9 – 3.3mm
- Magazine Capacity: 25 – 37 Nails
- Actuation Type: Full Sequential
Precautions for using the BCL715G lithium-ion battery
- This battery is for use only with this version of the NR90. Use with other tools may cause the tool not to operate correctly.
- Be sure to remove the battery when the tool is not in use
- If the battery is attached to the nailer for 12 hours or more, the battery’s output will be automatically shut off due to the built in Auto Power OFF feature for the purpose of reducing battery consumption. In this event, the tool will not operate when the trigger is pulled, but this is not a malfunction.
- In the event of Auto Power OFF, to make the tool usable again, detach and reattach the battery. If the tool still doesn’t operate, the battery is likely empty and will need re-charging.
- The battery cannot be charged if its temperature is below 0 degrees, or higher than 50 degrees.